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The Case of the Disappearing Screen

EvanesceB_Front_745With teaching room tight, there’s nothing better than a screen that is out when it’s needed and disappears then it isn’t. Elite’s Evanesce B electric screen descends from the ceiling during class and then goes back into its ceiling hiding place. Available in 100- and 120-inch models, Evanesce B is made of a neutral 1:1 gain material with black edging and an aluminium housing. It can be triggered by a remote control or wall switch. It comes with a three-year educational warranty.

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